All Star Wars Live-Action Movies & Shows Ranked (Including ‘Andor’) – ScreenHub Entertainment

Damn right, folks! It’s time for another ranking, and yes that means Star Wars…again. The simple reason for it is that our previous ranking is now obsolete and we did not include the Disney+ TV shows at the time, which feels pretty necessary now (considering their high quality). The holidays gave us the time to reappreciate some of the movies and best episodes in specific … Continue reading All Star Wars Live-Action Movies & Shows Ranked (Including ‘Andor’) – ScreenHub Entertainment

Let’s Talk About The Star Wars Sequel Trilogy – ScreenHub Entertainment

Star Wars has been all about the small screen over the past few years. Whether this is The Mandalorian, Obi-Wan Kenobi, The Book of Boba Fett, Andor or even The Batch Bad (and a whole bunch more on the horizon, such as Skeleton Crew and The Acolyte), we’ve had a lot of Star Wars since the sequel trilogy concluded back in 2019 with The Rise … Continue reading Let’s Talk About The Star Wars Sequel Trilogy – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Violent Night’ An Odd But Fitting Balance of Sadism and Sentimentality – ScreenHub Entertainment

In the opening scenes of Richard Donner’s Christmas comedy Scrooged, a trailer for a fake Christmas TV film plays depicting terrorists seizing Santa’s workshop, forcing Santa to become an action hero with the help of The Six Million Dollar Man’s Lee Majors. The fake film, aptly titled The Night the Reindeer Died might have seemed like nothing more than a joke afterthought at the time. … Continue reading ‘Violent Night’ An Odd But Fitting Balance of Sadism and Sentimentality – ScreenHub Entertainment

“Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” REVIEW [NO-SPOILERS] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Fair to say, Knives Out by Rian Johnson was a surprise hit in 2019. At the time, he was a director in need of love and recognition after directing the most controversial Star Wars movie since the franchise started in 1977. Both sitting in the director and writer’s chair once again, the director of Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Looper created a modern reboot … Continue reading “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” REVIEW [NO-SPOILERS] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Should You Watch ‘Violent Night’s This Christmas? – ScreenHub Entertainment

After seeing the trailer for Violent Night a few months ago, I knew this was the movie I didn’t know I needed, but now I wanted. With the power of matinee pricing, we ventured forth to bear witness. So, is an action movie with Santa as the lead an actual good movie or is it a lazy gimmick to get butts into seats? Let’s find … Continue reading Should You Watch ‘Violent Night’s This Christmas? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Marvel Should Look No Further Than ‘God of War’ To Fix Thor – ScreenHub Entertainment

Chris Hemsworth recently announced he’s taking a hiatus from acting after discovering the Alzheimer’s code in his generic makeup on the show Limitless on Disney+. But that hasn’t stopped the actor from talking about Thor’s future. On Josh Horowitz’s Happy Sad Confused podcast, he sat with Hemsworth and asked him about Thor’s future. The reply was that Thor’s future in the MCU, if there is … Continue reading Marvel Should Look No Further Than ‘God of War’ To Fix Thor – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

No major spoilers, but in order to talk about the plot of the film, I do have the explain the establishing motivations of Namor Sorry for the delay getting this one out to you! But better late than never. As we all know, Chadwick Boseman tragically lost his life before production of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever began, which forced director and co-writer Ryan Coogler to … Continue reading ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Why Michael is Still the Main Villain in ‘Halloween Ends’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Since its release, Halloween Ends has polarized critics and audiences. Many view the departure from previous entries as clumsy and unappealing with the bulk of the criticism centered around the portrayal of series antagonist Michael Myers. Many view his underplayed portrayal as him being relegated to a secondary character with Corey Cunningham serving as the main villain. As a die-hard fan of Carpenter’s original classic, … Continue reading Why Michael is Still the Main Villain in ‘Halloween Ends’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Halloween Ends’ A Unique & Daring Finale To Green’s Trilogy

Since its release, John Carpenter’s Halloween has been the gold standard by which all other slashers are judged. Despite decades of attempts, very few slashers have matched the craftsmanship or reputation of the original classic, and few have suffered as much unfavorable comparisons as Halloween’s own sequels. Perhaps that’s why, to close out his new trilogy of Halloween films, director David Gordon Green asked why … Continue reading ‘Halloween Ends’ A Unique & Daring Finale To Green’s Trilogy

‘Entergalactic’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Kid Cudi’s newest album, Entergalactic dropped this past Friday alongside the animated 93-minute feature by the same name. Surprisingly, I didn’t see any information about the music side of the project but like many others, I found the show because of the buzz around the animation (following in the footsteps of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse with similar visuals).  The special stars Kid Cudi, credited as … Continue reading ‘Entergalactic’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment